Digital Trends: This Font Translates Into 93 Languages Without Those Odd Missing Characters

Digital Trends: This Font Translates Into 93 Languages Without Those Odd Missing Characters. “A font is just a font, right? Well, when fonts are translated into different languages, missing characters are often turned into empty boxes, with the result being text that is not exactly lost in translation, but lost within the limitations of the typeface. Massachusetts-based font company Monotype launched SST typeface earlier this week, a font that can be translated into 93 different languages without the hieroglyphic boxes.”

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